All LRC services provided by staff will be unavailable in observance of the Memorial Day federal holiday - Monday, May 27, 2013. Our Electronic Resources (ER) library portal will continue to operate but no support will be available.
A cut cable during USU data center renovations contributed to an unscheduled USU network outage from approximately 10:30 to 13:30 EST [GMT -5:00] on Thursday, 2/21/2013.
We are investigating a problem with access to current full-text articles from Nature Publishing journals, first discovered Friday, January 4, 2013. Please look to this page for updates. PubMed Linkout sources are particularly affected. For older articles from Nature journals, consider our alternative publishing sources from other vendors in our ER journal indexes.
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. The ClinicalTrials.gov Web site and the accompanying Protocol Registration System (PRS) Information Web site (designed for data providers) now feature a link to a beta site including a new integrated homepage and updated graphic design for the site (http://clinicaltrials.gov/beta/).
NLM Technical Bulletin 2012 July-August, No. 387 describes the details.
The LRC is rolling out a new service for USU faculty, staff and now, students on rotation. We will now copy articles for you from hard copy journals in the LRC stacks. This means that you no longer have to come to the library to access our print journal collection. In order to use this service, you can go to the LRC's home page at http://www.lrc.usuhs.mil and click on Print Document Retrieval Service under Library Services or go the ER and use the Library Services menu to find Print Document Retrieval Service. You have an option to have the article scanned and sent to you electronically or copied and be ready for pick-up in the LRC.
We are doing this as a trial for three months and hope to be able to make this a permanent service. We hope you find this service useful!
The LRC has a new webpage featuring tools for Smartphones, Mobile Devices, and Tablet computers:
This resource includes apps for iOS, Droid, Blackberry, and Windows that can be downloaded (often at little or no cost to the end user) as well as webpages designed for mobile viewing. To recommend an app for this page, please email email@example.com.